Pokemon Card Painting

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Artist Micah Yates, better known as “Lunny” on Instagram, specializes in transforming Pokemon cards into painted works of part. She uses acrylics to paint directly on the cards, while capturing images and videos of the process. Currently, she paints 10 cards per week , with 16 of the 40 per month going to her Patreon supporters, with the rest being commissions. All in all, she’s painted around 1,000 cards in 2-years. Continue reading for three more videos and additional information.

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Vaporeon alter – Hey guys! Here’s a full video for you of the Vaporeon I recently altered. If you want to see it uncropped and slower, check out my YouTube channel: Youtube.com/lunumbrasawesomepaintedcards or just search for “Lunumbra”. I rarely promote my channel but Im hoping to start updating it regularly now that I finally have an editor Also, if you want to see these before everyone else, my Patreon supporters get a first look at all my videos (and even a mention in the video depending on the tier) so feel free to check that out as well if interested. . PS: I will be at PoGo fest in Chicago this weekend! I wont have time for updates but I will be back on Monday see you then!

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“Browsing the internet looking at MTG cards led me to the artistic practice of card altering and how artists would extend the artwork of those cards to make them unique and stand out,. Already an avid Pokemon fan, I looked around to see if anyone did the same thing to Pokemon cards and sadly, I found nothing,” said Yates to The Verge in an email.

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